Hibernate update not updating consolidating accounts quicken

One of such hooks that Hibernate actually to use is evicting the object from the session.

Here is an example: While reviewing one of a Spring Batch jobs, I found that under the same “transaction management roof” (Hibernate Transaction Manager) jdbc Template and hibernate Template behaved differently: jdbc Template updated records in DB, but hibernate Template was not even trying.

programming forums Java Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Micro Controllers OS Languages Paradigms IDEs Build Tools Frameworks Application Servers Open Source This Site Careers Other all forums Hi, I am having a problem in updating the values of one form which is realated to 2 tables. Delegating Method Accessor Impl.invoke(Delegating Method Accessor Impl.java:25) reflect. Can anyone please solve my problem, and help me with the correct approach. What you are possibly doing is modifying an object so the PK matches that of one which you have already loaded into the Session. Are you recovering the object from the database and calling update in the same session, but creating a new object to do the update possibly? The problem cause, as far as I understood, is that my children objects were backreferencing the parent.

When i am trying to update the values I am getting the following error message. Http Servlet.service(Http Servlet.java:810) com.b2b.datas.filters. Session Filter(Session Checking.java:50) org.displaytag.filter. Response Override Filter(Response Override Filter.java:86) org.tomcat.filters. Reply Header Filter(Reply Header Filter.java:75) root cause org.hibernate. Session Or Update(Session Impl.java:1392) hibernate.engine. Cascades.cascade(Cascades.java:114) hibernate.engine. Cascades.cascade(Cascades.java:436) hibernate.engine. Cascades.cascade(Cascades.java:503) hibernate.engine. Method.invoke(Method.java:324) org.apache.struts.actions. Dispatch Action.dispatch Method(Dispatch Action.java:278) org.apache.struts.actions. Dispatch Action.execute(Dispatch Action.java:218) org.apache.struts.action. Request Processor.process Action Perform(Request Processor.java:465) org.apache.struts.action. Request Processor.process(Request Processor.java:274) org.apache.struts.action. Action Servlet.process(Action Servlet.java:1422) org.apache.struts.action. So, when I loaded them, I loaded the parent too into my Hibernate session.

If you are undertaking batch processing you will need to enable the use of JDBC batching.

FORWARD_ONLY); while ( customers.next() ) tx.commit(); session.close(); As already discussed, automatic and transparent object/relational mapping is concerned with the management of the object state. This means that manipulating data directly in the database (using the SQL Session session = session Session(); Transaction tx = session.begin Transaction(); String hql Update = "update Customer c set = :new Name where = :old Name"; // or String hql Update = "update Customer set name = :new Name where name = :old Name"; int updated Entities = s.create Query( hql Update ) String( "new Name", new Name ) String( "old Name", old Name ) .execute Update(); tx.commit(); session.close(); Session session = session Session(); Transaction tx = session.begin Transaction(); String hql Versioned Update = "update versioned Customer set name = :new Name where name = :old Name"; int updated Entities = s.create Query( hql Update ) String( "new Name", new Name ) String( "old Name", old Name ) .execute Update(); tx.commit(); session.close(); Session session = session Session(); Transaction tx = session.begin Transaction(); String hql Delete = "delete Customer c where = :old Name"; // or String hql Delete = "delete Customer where name = :old Name"; int deleted Entities = s.create Query( hql Delete ) String( "old Name", old Name ) .execute Update(); tx.commit(); session.close(); method indicates the number of entities effected by the operation.

This may or may not correlate to the number of rows effected in the database.

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